In today’s global economy, establishing and enforcing international child support orders across geographical borders is critical.
International child support expert Margaret (Meg) Haynes is attending the Hague Special Commission as a delegate of the National Child Support Enforcement Association (NCSEA). Attendees will be discussing the implementation of the 2007 Hague Child Support Convention (Convention). This Special Commission will review the practical operation of the Convention and encourage the development of good practices.
Attendees from Around the World
Delegates from more than 60 countries and nongovernmental organizations will discuss implementation issues ratifying countries have raised. The result of the three-day meeting will be the adoption of Conclusions and Recommendations.
The Hague Child Support Convention contains procedures for processing international child support cases that are uniform, simple, efficient, accessible, and cost-free to United States residents seeking support in other countries through their child support agencies.
Meg Makes an Impact
Meg was a member of the U.S. delegation that negotiated the Hague Child Support Convention. Additionally, served as co-chair of the Forms Working Group. This group developed mandatory and recommended forms for use in processing cases under the Convention.
Attending on behalf of NCSEA, which has been at the forefront of international child support establishment and enforcement for over 30 years.
PK Has the International Child Support Experts
Our subject matter expertise in the child support sector surpasses just the U.S. By drawing from decades of experience, management consultants like Meg have the insight necessary to navigate these complex matters. We have developed personalized training resources to support child support professionals handling international case processing, and we can do the same for you.